Sunday, June 12, 2011

Spanish Newspaper ‘El Comercio’ Featured World Record Story of Dinesh Upadhyaya

El Comercio is oldest newspaper of Peru and also one of the oldest in the Spanish language. It is based in Lima (Peru). It was founded in 1839 & It has a circulation of more than 120,000 copies.
On Tuesday, 08th February 2011, ‘El Comercio’ featured a story with image on the World Record created by Mumbai’s teacher Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya.

‘Profesor de la India rompe récord con 92 lápices en la boca’
‘Profesor de la India rompe récord con 92 lápices en la boca’

Un profesor de Mumbai, en la India, cumplió un sueño que anhelaba desde pequeño: batir un récord mundial y ser reconocido por ello.

Por eso, asumió un inusual reto que ahora lo ha llevado a convertirse en una estrella de Internet: se introdujo 92 lápices en la boca, con lo que ahora dice haber demostrado que se merece un espacio en los libros de los récords Guinness.

['Professor of India breaks record with 92 pencils in the mouth'
A professor from Mumbai, India, fulfilled a dream he longed for since childhood: to break a world record and be recognized for it.
So, he took an unusual challenge now led him to become an Internet star, was introduced 92 pencils in the mouth, which now claims to have shown that it deserves a place in the Guinness Book of Records.]

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